Mock Tests for JEE Main Preparation- Best Recommended Mock Tests for JEE Main

# May 10, 2021 by Ojasvi Gupta

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Mock Tests for JEE Main Preparation- Best Recommended Mock Tests for JEE Main

Most students take a major exam like JEE Main for the first time in their lives; mock tests provide a trial run. Being placed in the same situation and feeling the same amount of pressure before the actual competitive exam will inculcate some self-analytical capacity and confidence in the student. In fact, Mock Test helps in reducing pre-exam nervousness, as the candidate has already appeared for a version of the exam before, on the final day he will be more relaxed.

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Most students preparing for competitive exams do so in chapters, units, and sections. By the end of it all, they believe they are well prepared to take the competitive exam. But on the final exam day, often everything once learned is forgotten in the flash of a second. This happens because of a tendency to underestimate the toughness of the questions and the scope of the syllabus in a combined way.

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After taking several mock tests, the student is in a position to work on his weaknesses and to chalk out a plan to overcome them.

Here are some of the major Mock Tests available online which have been referred by some past year toppers and have delivered good results recently.

Some of the Most Popular Mock Tests for JEE Main Preparation as recommended by experts for best results are as follows:

NTA Mock Test

JEE Main Mock Test Series by Aakash

JEE Main Mock Test Series by Byjus

JEE Main Mock Test Series by Resonance

JEE Main Mock Test Series by Allen Kota

JEE Main Mock Test Series by FIITJEE

JEE Main Mock Test Series by GradeUp

JEE Main Mock Test Series by Unacademy

Experts, as well as last year's JEE Main toppers, have recommended time and again that solving NTA mock test for JEE Main allows candidates to work on their weak areas, helps in self-assessment, and develops the exam temperament.

*Please Note: The above-recommended books have been collected as per the recommendations from various JEE Main Past year Toppers and Experts. If there are any more books that we might have missed or for any suggestions and queries please write to us at info@educereindia.com

Attempting mock tests, based on the pattern of the JEE Main exam should form an integral part of your preparation because it tells you about your level of preparation. Mock tests are important because of the practice they provide. Multiple attempts of Mock tests help students revise the entire syllabus in the simulated setting of the actual exam. This way they remember what they have learned and perform well in the actual exams.

It is said that with proper practice and conceptual understanding, problems in mock tests could be solved faster. Hence, if students are lagging in proper preparation, they should start their preps, understand concepts, learn the basics and then start applying those concepts while they are appearing for mock tests.

Here are some of the quotes from JEE Main Past year Toppers and experts regarding books for JEE Main preparation:

"I started past year papers before nearly one-half month before the examination. With those papers, I analyzed my speed and accuracy which helped me to overcome stress and to be confident at the examination.” – Rohit Kumar, 100 percentile scorer in JEE Main March Session

"I solved nearly 30 past papers of JEE Main 2019 and 2020 and identified the topics with higher weightage or the ones that needed more extensive preparation. It is best to take these up when you are well-versed with the material and have to get into the mindset of NTA examiners and think through their typical patterns. This usually helps with ambiguous questions in the paper.” - Siddhant Mukherjee, 100 percentile scorer in JEE Main February Session

The Eligibility Criteria is important for any examination because even if a candidate does not fulfill a single criterion of the eligibility criteria declared for the examination then the candidate is not allowed to appear for the examination or even after appearing for the examination and clearing the same the admission through the examination stands canceled or void.

The JEE Main Eligibility Criteria 2021 in detail are as follows: 

Age Limit

There is no age limit for candidates.

Qualification

The candidate must have passed the 12th or equivalent examination from any recognized board in 2019, 2020 or appearing in 2021 is eligible to apply for JEE Main 2021.

Number of Attempts

Candidates are eligible to attempt this exam for 3 consecutive years.

Minimum Marks Required

At least 75% marks in the 12th class examination, or be in the top 20 percentile in the 12th class / Qualifying examination conducted by the respective Boards.

For SC/ST, marks relaxation is 65% in 12th class from any recognized board

 

The JEE Main Exam Pattern is important to read for every student who wishes to appear for it. The JEE Main Exam Pattern gives a clear idea to the student about the type of questions, exam duration exam language, and various other important details about the examination. It also helps in the planning of preparation for the examination and successfully clearing the same.

The JEE Main 2021 or Joint Entrance Examination Main 2021 is conducted online by the NTA or National Testing Agency in Four Sessions in February, March, April, and May respectively. The Examination will be used as a selection criterion for appearing in the JEE Advanced 2021 for admissions into the IITs and JEE Main 2021 will also serve as the Entrance examination for admissions into the various Engineering, Architecture, and Science courses after 10+2 or its equivalent in the NITs or National Institutes of Technology, IIITs or Indian Institutes of Information Technology and CFTIs/GFTIs or Centrally Funded Technical Institutes/Government Funded Technical Institutes.

In the early stage of preparation, candidates should know about each and every point of the exam pattern. With the help of this exam pattern student will get an idea about the duration of the exam, marking scheme, no. of the question, etc.

 

Particulars

B.Tech/BE

Mode of Examination

Computer Based Test (CBT)

Exam Duration

3 hours (180 minutes)

Sections

Section A: (MCQ’s)

Physics

Chemistry

Mathematics

Section B: (Numerical Based)

Physics

Chemistry

Mathematics

Total number of questions

90 questions

Section A: 20 questions from each subject.

Section B: 10 questions from each subject. (candidates have to attempt any five questions out of 10 from Section B)

Type of question

MCQ’s and Numerical Based

Negative Marking

Section A: -1 will be deducted for every wrong answer (Only for MCQ’s)

Section B: No Negative Marking

Language of Paper

This Year JEE Main will be conducted in 13 regional languages. You can find the information regarding languages above.

 

JEE MAIN Exam Pattern of Paper 1 (BE/B.Tech) in Detail:

Subject

Distribution of Question

Marks

Section A

Section B

Mathematics

20 (MCQ’s)

10* (Numerical)

100

Physics

20 (MCQ’s)

10* (Numerical)

100

Chemistry

20 (MCQ’s)

10* (Numerical)

100

Total

90 questions

300 marks

Note: ‘*’ means that candidates have to attempt only 5 Numerical questions out of 10.

JEE MAIN Exam Pattern Marking Criteria for Paper 1 (BE/B.Tech):

Marking Scheme

For MCQs

For Numerical Value

Correct Answer

            +4

            +4

Incorrect Answer

            -1

            0

Unanswered

            0

            0

 

Exam Timeline

JEE Main Application Form

Released in Mid-December

Last Date to fill JEE Main Application Form

Mid-January

JEE Main Admit Card

Releases Tentatively 10 days Before Exam

JEE Main Examination

Conducted in Two or more Sessions – Feb, March, April, and May

JEE Main Result and Final Answer Key

Tentatively 1st week of June

 

About Author

Ojasvi Gupta
Ojasvi Gupta

Ojasvi Gupta has worked for the Indian Express and Enactus DSC as a writer. Currently pursuing BCom Hons from Delhi University, she loves to spend her free time listening to music, reading, or playing with her dog. With her strong inclination towards writing, she serves as an author for Educere India.